Dear Nature book by John Newling PRE-ORDER

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In 2018 artist John Newling spent 81 consecutive days writing letters to Nature. The letters echo the sentiment of a series of letters to a loved one but with a voice of humanity attempting to come to terms with its relationship to nature.

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PRE-ORDER
The hardback edition sold out quickly, the First edition paperback is expected end of August 2020.
Order your copy now and we will dispatch as soon as it is in stock.

In 2018 artist John Newling spent 81 consecutive days writing letters to Nature. The letters echo the sentiment of a series of letters to a loved one but with a voice of humanity attempting to come to terms with its relationship to nature.

The letters take you on a journey through the history of agriculture, economics, religion and capitalism to the present day. Newling describes the values that have underpinned human endeavour and shaped our world.

But most importantly, Dear Nature describes that which all humans with a conscience, deep down, must feel right now about nature.

This book offers a new state of mind for the future, rooted in balance and respect.

168 Pages, 81 Images
Paperback, speciality papers throughout.

English

Published by Beam Editions

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PRE-ORDER
The hardback edition sold out quickly, the First edition paperback is expected end of August 2020.
Order your copy now and we will dispatch as soon as it is in stock.

In 2018 artist John Newling spent 81 consecutive days writing letters to Nature. The letters echo the sentiment of a series of letters to a loved one but with a voice of humanity attempting to come to terms with its relationship to nature.

The letters take you on a journey through the history of agriculture, economics, religion and capitalism to the present day. Newling describes the values that have underpinned human endeavour and shaped our world.

But most importantly, Dear Nature describes that which all humans with a conscience, deep down, must feel right now about nature.

This book offers a new state of mind for the future, rooted in balance and respect.

168 Pages, 81 Images
Paperback, speciality papers throughout.

English

Published by Beam Editions